What Scientists Study Earthquakes?


A scientist that studies earthquakes would be called a seismologist. It is the study of not only the earth but the earth's depths and rifts.
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Seismologists study earthquakes. They use seismographs, seismographs are usually anchored to the bedrock to ensure that their readings are accurate.
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